Friday, September 22, 2017

New Domain and a Contest!

For a long time I stored all my photos of my miniatures on Photobucket. For those that haven't heard, someone over there decided they were going to start charging a substantial amount of money to link to the photos in your gallery. But to be honest, I was largely getting sick of Photobucket anyway due to the obscene number of advertisements you have to deal with. So, with the new fees to host photos being metaphorical the straw that broke the camel's back, I decided to set up my own image server and gallery for my photos (quite honestly, I hated most of the commercial photo sharing options). To do so, I had to purchase some server space and that came with it's own domain name. So update your bookmarks because my blog is now located at www.acceptableradiation.com. The old address will still work if you're lazy though!

Now, the gallery isn't quite up and running yet, but I wanted to go ahead and run a contest! The first person that can tell me what my blog's title is a reference to (without Googling it!) will win Death on his Pale Horse from Thomas Foss' Triumph of Death range, painted by yours truly!



Now get guessing!

8 comments:

  1. Is it a Paranoia RPG reference? I seem to remember there was a radiation detector that told you if you were receiving acceptable radiation for your security clearance. (Less important people could receive more radiation without triggering the alarm).

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    1. That's about the right level of nerdiness, but not what I was referring to with my title. Good guess though!

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  2. So nothing to do with past amorous encounters then?

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    1. Hahahaha, no. It's a nerd reference.

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  3. We'll see if I'm too lazy to update my feed reader. Don't put me down for the prize, you know I have my own, but my guess is Repo Man. "Everyone should have 100 chest X-rays a year!"

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  4. Some sort of boring OSHA or Hazmat training? Thats where I've heard this term...

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    1. Nope, definitely a nerd reference. Clearly a more obscure reference than I anticipated!

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